Syria says one person was killed and seven wounded after Israel attacked several of its military sites in retaliation for a roadside bombing that wounded four of its troops on the occupied Golan Heights.
The Israeli military said the targets hit early on March 19 included a Syrian military headquarters, a training facility, and artillery batteries.
Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lerner, an Israeli military spokesman, said aircraft carried out the strikes.
He described targets as military facilities on the Syrian-held side of the Golan.
Syria described the Israeli strikes as a threat to regional security.
Spillover violence on the Golan from the civil war in Syria has often drawn Israeli return fire against Syrian positions.
Based on reporting by AFP, Reuters, and Haaretz.com